OUR MISSION

Vision: North End Middle School will be a safe and structured environment where excellence is expected, diversity is valued, and family and community involvement is embraced. 
Mission: North End Middle School will prepare each student for academic and personal success in an ever-changing, global community. By creating opportunities for rigorous instruction, collaboration amongst teachers and peers, and academic and positive behavior support, every student can excel every day. We will strive for success and set challenging goals through critical thinking and school-wide support. We will take an interest in local and global community issues, raising awareness and creating a sense of responsibility within our students. North End Middle School will empower students to reach their academic potential and become respectful and active citizen leaders. Faculty, parents, guardians, and other stakeholders will form a partnership to encourage our students to become life-long learners and productive members of society.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to Teachers of the Year

Twenty-nine teachers from throughout the district were honored at a ceremony at the Mattatuck Museum on May 25, 2016, and Ann Grace Spizzoucco, a sixth grade English Language Arts teacher from Wallace Middle School, was named this year's Waterbury Teacher of the Year. Click here for photos from the event.   

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Dash and Bash

Come join the fun for the Great Dash and Bash, Saturday, June 11, in Library Park. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m.. Race begins at 10:00 a.m.. Both 5K runners and one mile walkers are welcome. The scenic downtown course starts at Library Park and ends at Pies And Pints on Leavenworth Street. Awards will be given to top age group finishers and all top overall finishers. Post race festivities and music at Pies And Pints, Click here for additional information.

Sponsored by School Administrators of Waterbury, Waterbury Teacher's Association and the Office of the Mayor.  

Shutterfly Gives $40,000

Shutterfly donated $20,000 to 2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes and $20,000 to her school, John F. Kennedy High School. The donation was announced during Mrs. Hayes' guest appearance on the "Ellen: the Ellen Degeneres Show." See article from show website for more details.  Click here for youtube video of Mrs. Hayes' appearance. 

School Calendar for Next Year is Updated

Get the latest version of the 2016-2017 school calendar, updated May 9, 2016 by clicking here

Hayes Honored at White House

May 3, 2016: Mrs. Jahana Hayes, 2016 National Teacher of the Year, was honored today at the White House, along with other state teachers of the year from around the country, Washington, D.C. and the American territories. Click here for the official video the event. 

NATIONAL TEACHER OF THE YEAR

April 28, 2016 -  Waterbury's very own Jahana Hayes was named NATIONAL TEACHER OF THE YEAR during a broadcast of CBS This Morning. Congratulations go to Mrs. Hayes, along with best wishes for a wonderful reign as National Teacher of the Year. To view additional information about Mrs. Hayes' journey, please click on 2016 Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes. 

SWIMMING LESSONS

The Waterbury Recreation Department and P.A.L. are offering free swim lessons for Waterbury children five years or older.  Registration must take place in person at Chase Park House, 150 Sunnyside Avenue, beginning April 25th from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  For further information please call 203-574-8292.

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